Bob Lazar is the President of United Nuclear. They specialize in research & development of cutting edge technologies, design and manufacture of radiation detection equipment for the nuclear weapons industry, and the retail of scientific equipment & supplies. He was formerly senior staff physicist for the U.S. Department of Naval Intelligence at the Nevada Test Site and a nuclear physicist at Los Alamos National Laboratory, where he was involved in advanced nuclear weapon design and development.
George Knapp welcomed legendary Area 51 whistleblower Bob Lazar and screenwriter Gene Huff for a discussion on the 25th anniversary of the infamous November 1989 segment on Las Vegas TV station KLAS which revealed the existence of the clandestine military base.
George Knapp was joined by the legendary and elusive Bob Lazar, along with Gene Huff and John Lear, for a discussion on the 20th anniversary of the program UFOs: The Best Evidence which first told the story of Area 51.
Filling in for Art Bell, George Knapp, an investigative reporter for KLAS-TV Channel 8 in Las Vegas, was joined by Gene Huff and Bob Lazar for a discussion about the famed Area 51, which George has been investigating and reporting on for many years.
In this rebroadcast from 12/6/03, Bob Lazar, known for his stories about Area 51, discussed UFOs as well as his alternative fuel company, United Nuclear. The first hour guest was legendary gambler Amarillo Slim.
Saturday's main guest, Bob Lazar, known for his stories about Area 51, discussed UFOs as well as his company, United Nuclear, which has developed a Hydrogen Fuel System for automobiles and home power generation. He also presented material on the discovery of Element 115. In the first hour, legendary gambler Amarillo Slim (More »
One night in May 1989, a reporter broadcast a story from a satellite link in Las Vegas, Nevada. A young physicist spoke under hidden identity, and told us of nine alien discs held near Groom Lake by a small autonomous group of the American government. He used the pseudonym "Dennis," which turned out to be the name of his superior at the base. A few weeks later he went on camera... More »